Tull Family Theater running Pittsburgh 48-Hour Film Project, Oyster and Chili Festival and more in Sewickley’s Nonprofit Corner

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Tull Family Theater

412 Walnut St., Sewickley. 412-259-8542. thetullfamilytheater.org.

Pittsburgh 48 Hour Sci-Fi & Horror Film Project

The Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Science Fiction and Horror Project teams — 24 of them, all within 100 miles of Pittsburgh — charged through the first weekend of October, making a short film within 48 hours.

In support of local filmmaking, Tull Family Theater is again a sponsor of the Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Project and will present the work of these regional creatives on the big screen Oct. 25 in two, no-repeat showings, at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. If you’re looking to follow a specific filmmaker, the participants are listed on the 48 Hour Film Project’s website, where tickets can be purchased for $11.48.

Those attending will be able to hear filmmaker talkbacks directly after films and vote for the Audience Choice and winners will be determined, with awards presented at an online ceremony Oct 29. The top films could earn the opportunity to participate in the international Filmapalooza in Washington, D.C., next year. For more information, visit thetullfamilytheater.org.

Fern Hollow Nature Center

1901 Glen Mitchell Road, Sewickley Heights. 412-741-6136. fhnc.org.

Oyster and Chili Festival

Join Fern Hollow Nature Center on its beautiful grounds 4:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 16 for an Oyster and Chili Festival featuring The MillBillys, an acoustic good-time country, roots and blues band from Pittsburgh.

Guests will enjoy a wonderful fall evening outside with a bonfire, a made-to-order chili bowl from Revival Chili and fresh roasted oysters from Wholey’s. Refreshments will include beer from Altered Genius Brewery in Ambridge, wine and two varieties of fall cocktails. To finish the evening, guests can enjoy yummy sweats from Bridgeside Market and Ultimate Pastry.

Reservations are required. To make a reservation, email info@fhnc.org or purchase online at www.fhnc.org. Tickets for the event are $60 per person for members and $70 for the public. Individuals interested in roasted oysters may pre-purchase a half-dozen for $25. Sponsor tables are also available, for $500 or more you will receive six to eight tickets, wine, reserved seating and VIP parking. Guests must be at least 21 to attend. Masks will be required when inside the building and when not able to social distance.

The event will benefit educational programs at Fern Hollow Nature Center.

Mary & Alexander Laughlin Children’s Center

424 Frederick Ave., Sewickley. 412-741-4087. laughlincenter.org.

Occupational therapy screening

Not sure if your child needs assistance in developing fine or gross motor skills? You can get a 15-minute occupational therapy screening for your child for $10 at Laughlin to determine if a full evaluation would be beneficial. Contact Carrie Harold at charold@laughlincenter.org or 412-741-4087.

Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement Workshops

CARE training including an educational component and active practice for general use by adults who interact with children of all ages in a variety of settings.

CARE is a trauma-informed, field-initiated training for nonclinical adults. The training is not therapy but is based on principles taught in Parent Child Interaction Therapy. CARE utilizes the 3 P’s: praise, paraphrase, point out to connect with children and promote positive child-adult relationships. CARE training also contains a set of techniques for giving effective commands to children and a set of selective ignoring techniques to redirect problematic behaviors. Cost is $100 per participant.

Sessions are:

Nov. 11, 6-9 p.m.

Nov. 12, 9 a.m.-noon

The Village Preschool in-person registration

Registration is being accepted for The Village Preschool.

The program for 3-year-olds is 9-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Class is limited to 12 children. Children must be 3 by Sept. 1. Registration is $50, and tuition is nine monthly payments of $225.

The program for 4-year-olds is 9 a.m.-12:30 a.m. Mondays and Fridays and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesdays.

Class is limited to 18 children. Children must be 4 by Sept. 1. Registration is $50, and tuition is nine monthly payments of $400.

Classes are intentionally small to give the school’s qualified, caring, experienced teachers an opportunity to know your child well and leverage Laughlin Children’s Center’s 60-plus years of multidisciplinary experience to help your child grow.

For more information, contact Rachel Troglio at 412-741-4087 or r.troglio@laughlincenter.org.

Editor’s note: The Nonprofit Corner is a weekly listing of the Sewickley area’s nonprofit events and fundraisers. To have your information listed, email Sewickley Herald editor Katie Green at kgreen@triblive.com.



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